How it works

Find your next Job and share your best Resources

My Free Candidate Account

  • Set up Job Email Alert preferences

  • Fill out your career profile for future Applications

  • Submit online Applications easily on the move

  • Track your Applications

  • Share Teaching Resources

Finding a Job

  1. Search Jobs Lists – in the UK and Internationally

  2. Filter Jobs – by position, location, distance and a range of contract types

  3. Explore Map Views – apply additional filters of position, workplace, subject and salary

  4. View Job Listing Summary – Sound enticing? Click in to find out more in the full Job Advert Pages

Exploring Job Advert Pages

  1. In the Job Advert Page you can download Application Forms and Documents
  2. Map View to show you the Employers location
  3. Follow ‘View the Employer’ link to explore the Employer Overview Page.
  4. Discover all Jobs listed with this Employer on the Employer Overview Page
  5. If the Employer is part of a School Group you can explore the Employer Groups Page to discover other Job Opportunities within the Group here.
  6. Register to search, share and begin applying for jobs

My Job Alerts

  1. Register – Save your Job Alert Preferences of subject, salary, area

  2. Receive your Job Email Alert – when an Employer posts a new job that matches your preferences you will get emails on the go on your Mobile

  3. Follow the Email link – you’ll be taken directly to the full Job Advert Page details on GTJobs

Applying for Jobs

  1. Register – to Apply for Jobs and begin writing your Personal Statement / Cover Letter

  2. Upload completed Application Form – you may have already downloaded this from the Job Advert

  3. Upload your CV – (optional) from your Candidate Account

  4. Send Application – it goes directly to the relevant person

My Application List

  1. Manage Live Applications – View and Track Closing Dates in your Candidate Account Area

  2. Follow Links – from your Live Applications back to the full Job Advert Page to continue your research

My Teaching Resources

  1. Register to Download and Upload for Free, show off your best Lessons
  2. Include a good Lesson Description and clear Learning Objectives to help other Teachers understand exactly what your Resource or Lesson covers
  3. Add your Reviews and Comments on other Teachers Resources
  4. Use the ‘Share’ link to promote your Lessons to other Teachers on your Social Media Channels
  5. Creating and publishing your resources is really quick and easy

Resource Management in My Account


›  Post new Resources

›  My Resources List

›  Track your View Rates

›  Edit Live Resources

›  Shortcut to Resources



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